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Programme** 




NINETEENTH ANNUAL 

REUNION GRAND CAM 
Confederate Veterans 

of Virginia 



ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 

OCTOBER 24th, 25th and 26th 

1906 



WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 24th 

Ten A. M., Grand Camp convenes at Academy of Music, West Salem 
Avenue. 

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Prayer by Rev. John P. Hyde, Grand Chaplain, Winchester. 

Address of Welcome on behalf of the City of Roanoke, Hon. Joel H. 
Cutchin, Mayor. 

Response by Maj. R. R. Henry, of Tazewell, Virginia. 

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Address of Welcome on behalf of Wm. Watts Camp, U. C. V., by Judge 
Henry T. Parrish, Roanoke. 

Response by Gen. T. T. Munford, of Lynchburg. 

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Address of Welcome on behalf of Chamber of Commerce, by Capt. C. A. 
McHugh, Roanoke. 

Response by first Lieut. Grand Commander, Wm. H. Stuart, of Ports- 
mouth. 

Vocal Selection by Mrs. John T. Trout, of Roanoke. 

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Afternoon, October 24, 1906.— Three P. M., Business Session of Grand Camp 
at Assembly Hall, Market Square. 

Reception by Wm. Watts Chapter, U. D. C. to Sponsors and Maids of Honor, 
from 4 to 6 o'clock P. M., at Hotel Roanoke. 

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25th 

Ten A. M., Grand Camp convenes for business at Assembly Hall 

Afternoon.— Three P. M., Grand Parade under the command of Chief Mar- 
shal, E. W. Speed. 

NIGHT 

Eight o'clock, Smoker and Social Camp Fire at Assembly Hall. 



FRIDAY. OCTOBER. 26th 

Ten A. M., Grand Camp convenes for business at Assembly Hall. 



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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24th 

Virginia Division, U. S. C. V. convenes for business at Y. M, C- A. Hall, 
'South Jefferson Street, at 3:30 P. M. 

NIGHT 

Eight o'clock U. S. C. V. meet at Academy of Music. 

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Prayer by Rev. C. E. Woodson, Norfolk, Va., Chaplain of Virginia Divi- 
sion, U. S. C. V. 

Presentation of Wm. W. Old, Jr., Norfolk, Va., Commander of Virginia 
Division, U. S. C. V., by Arthur S. Crawford, Commander of Albert 
Sidney Johnston Camp No. 3, Roanoke, Va. 

Wm. W. Old, Jr., Commander of Virginia Division, U. S. C. V., assumes 
chair, and will present speakers. 

Address of Welcome by Judge N. H. Hairston, of Albert Sidney Johnston 
Camp No. 3, Roanoke. 

Response to Address of Welcome by Hon. John Whitehead, Pickett-Buch- 
anan Camp No. o, Norfolk. 

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Presentation of Sponsors and Maids of Honor by E. Lee Trinkle, Wythe- 
ville, Va., past Commander of the Virginia Division, U. S. C. V. 

Reception Response by Allan D. Jones, J. E. B. Stuart Camp No. 326, 
Newport News. 

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Address to the Virginia Division, U. S. C. V., by Hon. Robert E. Lee, Jr., of 
Fairfax County, Virginia. 

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25th 

Ten A. M., Business Session of Virginia Division, U. S. C. V., at Y. M. C. A. 

Hall. 
Afternoon. — Three P. M., Grand Parade. 

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26th 

Ten A. M., Business Session of Virginia Division, U. S. C. V., at Y. M. C. 
A. Hall. 

NIGHT 

Eight o'clock, Reunion Ball given by Albert Sidney Johnston Camp No. 3, 
Sons of Veterans to Maids of Honor, Sponsors, Officers of Grand 
Camp, Veterans and Daughters of Confederacy and visiting Sons. 



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COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS 

E. B. Jacobs, Chairman. 
S. S. Brooke. 
R. H. Angell. 
C. F. Byrne. 

H. M. Darnall. 

Edward L. Stone. 
J. E. M. Hanckel. 
R. R. Fairfax. 
J. W. Hancock. 
A. L. Sibekt. 



Headquarters Grand Camp U. C. V., PONCE DE LEON HOTEL. 
Headqoartea Grand Camp U. S, C. V., HOTEL ROANOKE. 



Bureau of Information, No. 20 WEST SALEM AVENUE, 



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